The highly acclaimed GRR-Ripper is one of the safest ways to manually feed wood through a table saw. More than just a device for the table saw, the GRR-Ripper excels with router work, band saw operations, and jointer feeding. We are proud to introduce to you the Gripper Standard model: the GR-100. The GR-100 is designed to handle the daily operations of woodworking hobbyists and enthusiasts. Tricky operations and intricate cuts once thought to be only for the experienced and daring are made simple with the GR-100. Whatever you use the GRR-Ripper for; its innovative features will give you the confidence to create quality work without risking your safety.
The differences between the Gripper Standard (GR-100) and the Gripper Advanced (GR-200) are that the Stabilizing Plate and the Adjustable Spacer are only found on the Gripper Advanced (GR-200) model . These 2 pieces perform the following functions:
The Adjustable Spacer - This accessory adds increased gripping surface for tackling larger stock. It also adds one inch of cutting width to the GRR-Ripper. Also, acts as a secondary balance support for small stock and straight-line ripping. Great add-on for working on the Router Table, and eliminating snipe.
The Stabilizing Plate - The Stabilizing Plate adds a new dimension of control to the GRR-Ripper. It is particularly useful when cutting small narrow pieces of stock. Perfect for trickier cuts like resawing, bevel edging, pattern routing, and much more. The Stabilizing Plate also performs as the secondary fence that travels with the GRR-Ripper along the left side of the stock. It holds the off-cut piece in its original position through the entire cutting operation. Some users call it a “Feather Board Plate” without the force to pinch the stock into the saw blade.